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Why work at Tucson Pulmonology?
Tucson Pulmonology ’s care team has the experience, training, clinical judgment and procedural skill to ensure the best possible patient outcomes. From treating critically ill patients to helping patients manage long-term conditions like COPD, severe asthma, and sleep apnea, our physicians are Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine.
We are always looking for top talent who want to make a positive impact on the life of our patients and our team.
Don’t wait any longer to get the career you’ve always wanted. Contact us today and experience the Tucson Pulmonology difference!
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Why live in Tucson?
Tucson Is a City That Encourages You to Explore
The food is delicious. The access to natural beauty is even better. Tucson is an example of how a place can be constantly transforming without losing sight of its roots. A sprawling metro area in southern Arizona, Tucson started small and expanded into the empty space around it, drawing new residents with its low cost of living and its nationally recognized university. Yet there are still visible reminders of the region’s rich history, from a statue of Father Kino, founder of a nearby Spanish mission, to Sentinel Peak (known as A Mountain), the site of the Native American village from which Tucson derives its name.
Although more than a million people live in the Tucson metro area, everyone seems to know – or know of – everyone else. People from all walks of life can be found here, and their cultures have left an impression on Tucson. Thanks to the large Latino community, holidays like Dia de los Muertos are observed here, which you may not see in other parts of the country.
But perhaps the best part of Tucson is its scenery. The metro area is ringed by mountain ranges that emphasize the great desert skies and sunsets that continuously impress even the most seasoned residents.
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